Oneida Nation Museum

 Oneida Nation Museum  Native-American History 
 7 mi west of Green Bay  Phone: 920-869-2768
 Green Bay   WI     County: Brown Co  
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Highlights:The Oneida Nation Museum is one of the largest ongoing exhibitions of Oneida history and artifacts in the world. The story of the People of the Standing Stone unfolds in a series of displays, i.e., baskets, cornhusk dolls, a stone pipe, and items made from hides such as moccasins, longhouse & stockade. 7 miles west of Green Bay on Cty EE, One block west from the corner of E & EE on the right.

Hours: Winter [Nov-Apr] Tues-Fri 9am-5pm; Summer [May-Oct] Tues-Fri 10am-6pm & Sat 10am-5pm & Sun 12-5pm. Closed Mondays year round.

Admission: $2 adults; $1 children under 18 & elders; guided tours $3; $1.50

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